Are you doing it through radio? Most Afghans can’t read and there is little electricity. The Taliban supporters do have cell phones though. Obamaphones?
Yes radio. Not allowed on. People still fear triggering a replay of the campaigns for the 2006 elections. In World War II, if you had a way to help win the war by doing something in the home front, a way to discourage enemy soldiers, I assume you had a hundred places to take it and help get it implemented. Since 2006 there is literally nowhere to go in America for this. You are only allowed to comfort the soldiers and thank them. Those efforts dont challenge the campaigns for the 2006 elections. They dont say the war should have been fought. I can go to at least fifty places easily if I want to send the troops care packages. I can go nowhere to help them win.
But if I get to show what I did, I open the door for everyone like me. No one has opened that door for me since 2006. I assume I have to do it myself.
Meanwhile, enemy soldiers are ecstatic to take the battlefield, since they see zero efforts from the American home front to defeat them. I want them demoralized. I want American soldiers facing enemy soldiers who question why they are fighting, rather than certain they will soon win. I want enemy soldiers driven to desert. I am barred from trying to bring this about, all due to fear the 2006 elections might occur again and sweep in more candidates who oppose the war.